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Reports

Williamson S; Pearce A; Dickinson H; Weeratunga V; Bucknall F, 2021, Future of Work Literature Review: Emerging trends and issues, Public Service Research Group, UNSW Canberra, Canberra, https://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/sites/default/files/documents/Future_of_Work_Literature_Review.pdf

Dickinson H; Smith C; Yates S, 2021, Locked out: Vaccination discrimination for children and young people with disability, Children and Young People with Disability Australia, Melbourne, http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.15164.97922, https://www.cyda.org.au/resources/details/304/locked-out-vaccination-discrimination-for-children-and-young-people-with-disability

Dickinson H; Yates S; Smith C; Doyle A, 2021, Avoiding simple solutions to complex problems: Independent Assessments are not the way to a fairer NDIS, Children and Young People with Disability Australia, https://www.cyda.org.au/resources/details/278/avoiding-simple-solutions-to-complex-problems-independent-assessments-are-not-the-way-to-a-fairer-ndis-full-report

Dickinson H; Smith C; Yates S; Tani Bertuol M, 2020, Not even remotely fair: Experiences of students with disability during COVID-19, Children and Young People with Disability Australia, Melbourne, http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.34145.53605, https://cyda.org.au/resources/details/172/not-even-remotely-fair-experiences-of-students-with-disability-during-covid-19-full-report

Dickinson H; Yates S, 2020, More than isolated: The experience of children and young people with disability and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic, Children and Young People with Disability Australia, https://cyda.org.au/resources/details/161/more-than-isolated-the-experience-of-children-and-young-people-with-disability-and-their-families-during-the-covid-19-pandemic

Carey G; Weier M; Malbon E; Dickinson H, 2020, How is the disability sector faring?

Devine A; Smith-Merry J; Kavanagh A; Llewellyn G; Dimov S; Huska M; Dickinson H; Olney S; Fortune N; Green C, 2020, CRE-DH Response to the Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability: Employment Issues Paper, https://disability.royalcommission.gov.au/system/files/submission/ISS.001.00341.PDF

Dickinson H; Smith C; Carey N; Carey G, 2019, ROBOTS AND THE DELIVERY OF CARE SERVICES

Carey G; Weier M; Dickinson H; Malbon E; Alexander D; Duff G, 2019, How is the disability sector faring?

Reeders D; Carey G; Malbon E; Dickinson H; Gilchrist D; Duff G; Chand S; Kavanagh A; Alexander D, 2019, Market Capacity Framework, Centre for Social Impact, https://www.csi.edu.au/media/Market_Capacity_Final.pdf

Green C; Malbon E; Carey G; Reeders D; Dickinson H, 2018, Competition and collaboration between service providers in the NDIS

Blackman D; Dickinson H; Gardner K; Buick F; Johnson S; Olney S, 2018, Submission to the Independent Review of the Australian Public Service. Public Service Research Group, School of Business, UNSW Canberra

Gardner K; Van Gool K; Agostino J; Renehan C; Van der Linden N; Viney R; Dickinson H, 2018, Evaluation of the One Disease, Crusted Scabies Elimination Program, University of New South Wales. August, 2018

Green C; Dickinson H; Carey G, 2018, Debates in disability and health policy: Health inequities and the social determinants of health for working age Australians with disability, Centre of Research Excellence in Disability and Health, Melbourne, Australia

Warr D; Dickinson H; Olney S; Hargrave J; Karanikolas A; Kasidis V; Katsikis G; Ozge J; Peters D; Wheeler J; Wilcox M, 2017, Choice, control and the NDIS: Service users' perspectives on having choice and control in the new National Disability Insurance Scheme, Melbourne Social Equity Institute, University of Melbourne, Melbourne

Dickinson H; Gardner K; Moon K, 2017, . Outcomes based commissioning and consumers: Stage 2 of an Evidence Check. A rapid review brokered by the Sax Institute for the NSW Department of Family and Community Services

Green C; Dickinson H; Carey G, 2017, ACT Government emergency material and financial aid report, Public Service Research Group, University of New South Wales Canberra


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